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Bob`s Affected Oregon in More Ways Than Just Hamburgers

Remember: “It’s not just a burger, it’s a BOB’s!”

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Bob and Betty Corey Oregon was blessed to have a man who saw a vision of how a fast food chain should operate -- by selling quality food at low prices, and treating their employees right -- that vision became Bob’s Hamburgers.

Bob Corey‘s mission statement was clear from the beginning: “Customers are our most valuable asset. They are highly perishable and must be treated as such. The customer is ALWAYS right. If we maintain a clean restaurant, treat him with courtesy, serve him the highest quality food, and make him feel we sincerely appreciate his business, he will be back. He is the one who is paying the bills. He makes our jobs possible. He is KING. Make him feel like it.”

These stories are from former Bob’s Hamburgers employees in their own words. I hope you enjoy their stories, as they take us through a special time in Oregon fast food history.

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Salem, Willamette Valley Wild Weather Gives Way to Heat

Temperatures in Salem and the mid-Willamette valley are expected to climb back into the 90's on Monday.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Salem Oregon Lightning Salem and most parts of Oregon, was greeted Sunday morning by thunderstorms, with lightning and booming thunder, that later in the day produced small hail and gusty winds, but has now worked it's way out of the state giving way to warmer temperatures again.

The thunderstorms did knockout some power in various locations of the state for a short time, and those visiting the Marion County Fair sought cover as the fast moving thunderstorms rolled through the mid-Willamette Valley.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2014 21:33)

Six People Hurt in Head-On Crash Near Creswell

One of the Nissan's occupants, 42-year-old Maria Ynez, from Eugene, was transported by air ambulance.

(CRESWELL, Ore. ) - Creswell Oregon Crash Oregon State Police is continuing their investigation into the cause of Saturday evening's serious injury two vehicle head-on traffic crash on Highway 200 west of Creswell.

According to Trooper Cale Day, at approximately 3:42 p.m., a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado pickup driven by 20-year-old Rick A. Kitzel from Eugene, was traveling southbound on Territorial Highway near milepost 34 at Hamm Road when the pickup crossed the centerline.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2014 14:18)

OSP: Alcohol Played a Role in Motorcycle Crash

More than 1 in 4 - 27 percent - motorcycle riders involved in fatal crashes were alcohol-impaired.

(ESTACADA, Ore. ) - Oregon State Police Car Oregon State Police are continuing the investigation into Saturday evening's serious injury motorcycle traffic crash on Highway 224 east of Estacada.

At approximately 8:30 p.m., a 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by 38-year-old Eric L. Colliander, from Oregon City, was traveling westbound on Highway 224 near milepost 31 when left the highway on the north side shoulder into a ditch.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2014 06:43)

Organic Foods Have More Nutritional Benefits; Less Chemical Pesticides

The researchers also found pesticide residues were three to four times more likely in conventional foods than organic ones.

(PULLMAN, Wash.) - organic foods and crops The largest study of its kind has found that organic foods and crops have a suite of advantages over their conventional counterparts, including more antioxidants and fewer, less frequent pesticide residues.

The study looked at an unprecedented 343 peer-reviewed publications comparing the nutritional quality and safety of organic and conventional plant-based foods, including fruits, vegetables and grains.

Read Full Article (Jul-12-2014 22:35)

Fire Destroys Motorhome, Starts Grass Fire East of Salem

A nearby farm had to evacuate some animals from a barn during the blaze.

(AUMSVILLE, Ore. ) - Aumsville Fire A motorhome caught fire Saturday afternoon near the town of Aumsville, Ore. just east of Salem causing a nearby field to catch on fire as well.

Aumsville Fire tells that once first units arrived on scene at 6858 Sherman Road SE, they quickly called in for a second alarm.

Read Full Article (Jul-12-2014 19:02)

Israel`s Offensive has Killed 145 Palestinians Since Tuesday

Israel is keeping its options open for a possible ground offensive into densely populated Gaza despite international pressure to negotiate a ceasefire in the conflict.

(GAZA CITY) - Israeli air strike An Israeli air strike on the home of Gaza's police chief killed 18 people on Saturday, Gaza's health ministry said, and Hamas fired the largest salvo of rockets yet on Tel Aviv since the start of the Jewish state's offensive in the Palestinian enclave.

The strike on the home of Tayseer Al-Batsh in Gaza City was the deadliest bombing since Israel launched its offensive on Tuesday to end Palestinian rocket fire into its territory.

Read Full Article (Jul-12-2014 14:00)

Oregon State Chaplain Promoted to Colonel

Colonel Scott Delbridge has served in various chaplain roles throughout his time in the military.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Oregon National Guard Oregon National Guard Lt. Colonel Scott Delbridge, recently appointed as State Chaplain, was promoted to colonel in a ceremony held at Heritage Park in Salem, on Saturday.

The ceremony was attended by family, friends and members of the military, both currently serving and retired.

Read Full Article (Jul-12-2014 13:12)

Documentary on Life of OR-7 to be Shown at Salem Cinema

Watch the movie trailer for OR7 - THE JOURNEY! at the end of this story.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - OR7 The Journey Movie On Tuesday evening, July 15th, Salem Cinema is thrilled to invite director Clemens Schenk as well as Amaroq Weiss from the Center for Biological Diversity to join us for Q&A following OR7 – The Journey!

Read Full Article (Jul-12-2014 11:25)

Oregon Sheriff: Budget Cuts Giving Bad Guys the Upper Hand

A noticeable change has been a 30 percent reduction in warrants being served.

(DALLAS, Ore. ) - Polk County Sheriff Polk County Sheriff Bob Wolfe continues to express concern regarding the ability of his agency to handle calls due to loss of staff and budget reductions.

Sheriff Bob Wolfe said, "Since July of last year we have lost several experienced deputies and reduced our patrol hours to just 10 hours per day in March of this year"

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